Online Bhakti-Vaibhava Course for Canto Five Begins July 24th


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By Bhaktin Shivani   |  Jul 20, 2023

Srila Prabhupada envisioned four levels of study of his books—Bhakti-sastri, Bhakti-vaibhava, Bhakti-vedanta, and Bhakti-sarvabhauma. The Vrindavan Institute for Higher Education (VIHE) is endeavoring to establish these degrees and thus provide interested devotees an opportunity for higher studies in Krsna-conscious philosophy. The first ever Bhakti-vaibhava Course was started in 2002. Bhakti-vaibhava Course is the study of the first six cantos of Srimad-Bhagavatam.

Presently, the VIHE Bhakti-vaibhava course will continue with Canto Five. The VIHE Bhakti-vaibhava Course Canto Five is an online Zoom course with one class (of up to 2 hours) Monday-Saturday 5.30-7.30 pm IST daily. There are two additional weekly classes of two hours each for memorization of verses, group work, and presentations by students. Additionally, there are japa sessions, value classes, dhama darsana, and festivals. A special effort will be made to bring remembrance of Sri Vrndavana Dhama to the heart.

All those interested and who have completed the first four cantos of Srimad-Bhagavatam are welcome to join us this year from the 24th of July until the 28th of October, 2023.

Pavitra Dasa, a student from Ghana, West Africa, shares his experience with us, “Bhagavatam is like sunshine; it dissipates all our ignorance; it is the nourishment for the soul; it is the nectar of immortality; it destroys all of your doubts; it is a literal incarnation of Krsna. The teachers are very friendly, caring, and experienced, and the students are all eager to ask questions. There is no better place in the world where I can study Bhagavatam to my full satisfaction. We do homework and group work together. After completing the course, we can share this knowledge with others.”

For further details about the course, call Whatsapp +91 89799 43134, write to or visit our website.

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